The Town of Prosper is working to assist local families and businesses through the We Prosper Together campaign. Our primary goal is to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by keeping the community informed, and encouraging everyone to follow safe practices.
Prosper Emergency Management personnel are in constant contact with Collin County Health Care Services, Denton County Public Health, the Texas Department of State Health Services, as well as the CDC in order to monitor the daily local and regional impact, and will immediately share any new information with the Town of Prosper, its residents, and the Prosper Independent School District. Questions may be directed to Prosper Fire Rescue Division Chief Bill Bonny at (972) 347-2424 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cases reported here are confirmed lab-tested and certified positive cases as reported by the Texas Departments of State Health Services (DSHS), and then confirmed by county health department officials. Additional statistics, such as hospitalization, testing, and demographic data, are available on the Collin and Denton County Public Health websites:
The Town of Prosper analyzes data from multiple sources in an effort to monitor the impact of COVID-19 on the community. Reporting methods from state and county authorities have changed over the course of the pandemic, and periodic data cleanups can cause an adjustment in reported cases from time to time.
Residents are encouraged to stay home, continue social distancing and other preventive measures that can have a significant impact on slowing the spread of COVID-19. Visit the CDC website for recommendations: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/.
For a list of the Town’s current closures and program cancellations, and for more information and resources about COVID-19, please visit prospertx.gov/coronavirus.